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University Program Information Sessions Offered in Bath

October 27, 2011

University Program Information Sessions Offered in Bath

Beginning the first week in November University College at Bath/Brunswick will host four university career and academic program information sessions at its location in the Midcoast Center for Higher Education, 9 Park Street in Bath. Two will be offered on-site and two will be via videoconferencing. These jobs-in-demand degree sessions are free and the public is invited.            

On Wednesday, November 2, 11 a.m. to noon, via two-way videoconferencing, join coordinators of the medical laboratory technology program, Margaret Naas from University of Maine at Augusta, and Linda Graves from University of Maine at Presque Isle, to learn more about the program and how the A.S. in MLT degree prepares students for work in the field.

States Naas, "Whether your interest is in research or clinical lab analysis, our Med Tech program will prepare you for a successful career. Our graduates have gone on to rewarding careers in a variety of health care settings."

On Friday, November 4, 1:15 to 2:15 p.m., via two-way videoconferencing, join Diana Kokoska, UMA coordinator for computer information systems programs, to understand the various points of entry to careers based on degree level in this in-demand field. UMA offers A.S., B.S. and post-baccalaureate CIS degrees.

Notes Kokoska, “The foundation acquired in the CIS program prepares a student to embark on a career in information technology or to pursue a more advanced study in CIS or a related field.”

On Monday, November 7, 3 to 4 p.m., Grace Leonard, University of Maine at Augusta coordinator for the mental health and human services program, will offer a human services career and academic program information session. Join her to understand the various points of entry to careers based on degree level. Certificate and licensing issues will be addressed. UMA offers certificates in Child Care and Youth Practitioner, Human Services, MHRT/C, and Substance Abuse Rehabilitation, plus the A.S. and B.S. MHHS.

States Leonard, “In this session, we will discuss the current trends in the mental health and human services field, which offer a variety of positions in both the private and public sectors. It is always a pleasure to meet with students to learn about their interests and career goals, so bring your questions and concerns to this meeting.”

On Monday, November 14, noon to 1 p.m., join Tom Giordano, UMA Assistant Professor of Accounting, to learn more about the accounting field and careers based on degree level. UMA offers the A.S. and B.S. in Business Administration with an Accounting concentration or major.

Notes Giordano, “I look forward to meeting with the students. There are rich opportunities for students who pursue a career in accounting.”

Advance sign-up for these sessions is required; call 442-7736.

 
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